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  • Antibiogram UNCHCS

    Microbiology

    Date range: 4/22/2016 to 12/31/2017

    For Outpatient & Requisition Cultures

    Gram Positive Organisms, Community Non-Urine Isolates Only, All Ages

    Antibiogram susceptibility of frequently encountered Gram-positive aerobic bacteria recovered from community specimens (excluding urines) submitted to the University of North Carolina Hospitals Microbiology Laboratory

    between 4/22/2016 and 12/31/2017 for all staphylococcal and other Gram-positive isolates. These data are based on computer analysis of isolates not defined as healthcare associated: community isolates are defined as

    those collected in an outpatient setting. Results are expressed as percent of strains tested to be susceptible by in vitro susceptibility testing. Strains yielding intermediate results together with resistant strains account for

    the balance. Susceptibility data are included only if more than 30 isolates were tested unless considered significant. In cases where fewer than 30 isolates were tested for a specific drug, the number of isolates may not

    be a large enough sampling size to have statistical validity.

    # Organism is Intrinsically Resistant

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    Coagulase negative Staphylococcus species 11 64 91 45 100 100 64 91 100

    Enterococcus faecalis 44 100 50 100 91

    Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus 825 62 88 90 12 98 100 0 96 100

    Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus 1,632 71 94 56 98 100 100 98 100

    Staphylococcus epidermidis 12 75 92 58 83 100 58 58 100

    Staphylococcus lugdunensis 242 77 91 71 99 100 93 94 100

    Indicates < 30 isolates

    * Only organisms isolated and tested in significant numbers (10 or greater) are reported.Below 60% Between 60% and 90% 90% and above

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  • Antibiogram UNCHCS

    Microbiology

    Date range: 4/22/2016 to 12/31/2017

    For Outpatient & Requisition Cultures

    Gram Negative Organisms, Community Non-Urine Isolates Only, All Ages

    Antimicrobial susceptibility of frequently encountered Gram-negative aerobic bacteria recovered from community specimens (excluding urines) submitted to the University of North Carolina Hospitals Microbiology

    Laboratory between 4/22/2016 and12/31/2017 . These data are based on computer analysis of isolates not defined as healthcare associated: community isolates are defined as those collected in an outpatient setting.

    Results are expressed as percent of strains tested to be susceptible by in vitro susceptibility testing. Strains yielding intermediate results together with resistant strains account for the balance. Susceptibility data are

    included only if more than 30 isolates were tested unless considered significant. In cases where fewer than 30 isolates were tested for a specific drug, the number of isolates may not be a large enough sampling size to

    have statistical validity.

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    Acinetobacter baumannii complex 14 86 64 57 64 57 79 64 79 43 86

    Enterobacter cloacae/ asburiae group 27 100 92 81 50 85 96 96 100 85 93

    Escherichia coli 47 98 17 53 23 66 64 100 81 47 100 98 83

    Klebsiella pneumoniae 22 86 73 64 82 82 95 91 82 95 73 82

    Proteus mirabilis 23 100 83 91 9 100 100 100 100 91 91 100 100 96

    Pseudomonas aeruginosa 513 89 93 93 83 85 75 91 92 95

    Serratia marcescens 49 100 100 100 100 100 98 98 100 94

    Stenotrophomonas maltophilia 88 27 74 100 82

    Indicates < 30 isolates

    * Only organisms isolated and tested in significant numbers (10 or greater) are reported.Below 60% Between 60% and 90% 90% and above

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  • Antibiogram UNCHCS

    Microbiology

    Date range: 4/22/2016 to 12/31/2017

    For Outpatient & Requisition Cultures

    Gram Positive Organisms, Community Urine Isolates, All Ages

    Antimicrobial susceptibility of frequently encountered Gram-positive aerobic bacteria recovered from patient urine specimens submitted to the University of North Carolina Hospitals Microbiology Laboratory

    between4/22/2016 and 12/31/2017 for all isolates. These data are based on computer analysis of isolates not defined as healthcare associated: community isolates are defined as those collected in an outpatient setting.

    Results are expressed as percent of strains tested to be susceptible by in vitro susceptibility testing. Strains yielding intermediate results together with resistant strains account for the balance. Susceptibility data are

    included only if more than 30 isolates were tested unless considered significant. In cases where fewer than 30 isolates were tested for a specific drug, the number of isolates may not be a large enough sampling size to

    have statistical validity.

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    Coagulase negative Staphylococcus species 262 88 85 100 98 42 48 100

    Enterococcus faecalis 581 100 31 96 99 99

    Enterococcus faecium 31 19 23 100 58

    Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus 52 94 100 100 100 90 100

    Methicillin-Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus 75 97 100 100 99 100 100 100

    Staphylococcus lugdunensis 33 94 97 100 100 97 90 100

    Indicates < 30 isolates

    * Only organisms isolated and tested in significant numbers (10 or greater) are reported.Below 60% Between 60% and 90% 90% and above

    Run on: 4/23/2018 at 0319

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  • Antibiogram UNCHCS

    Microbiology

    Date range: 4/22/2016 to 12/31/2017

    For Outpatient & Requisition Cultures

    Gram Negative Organisms, Community Urine Isolates, All Ages

    Antimicrobial susceptibility of frequently encountered Gram-negative aerobic bacteria recovered from patient urine specimens submitted to the University of North Carolina Hospitals Microbiology Laboratory between 4/22/2016 and 12/31/2017

    for all isolates. These data are based on computer analysis of isolates not defined as healthcare associated: community isolates are defined as those collected in an outpatient setting. Results are expressed as percent of strains tested to be

    susceptible by in vitro susceptibility testing. Strains yielding intermediate results together with resistant strains account for the balance. Susceptibility data are included only if more than 30 isolates were tested unless considered significant. In

    cases where fewer than 30 isolates were tested for a specific drug, the number of isolates may not be a large enough sampling size to have statistical validity.

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